Being a white dad with a white family in a very white town, I’m reminded time and again how keeping justice in the forefront of my kids’ mind is a daily task.
My mother prepared me for a successful life without her.
Mother’s Day for two gay dads is often…mildly (but bordering-on-hilariously) awkward.
I can attest that the experience of hearing the below sentiments are universal regardless of the gender of the SAHP.
Most of parenting is about communication, especially about difficult topics.
There aren’t enough, but at least it ain’t the 80’s, anymore.
You’ve got this.
What goes around comes around.
I don’t know if it’s just because I’m a podcast obsessive…
In order to avoid ever being THAT guy, people (especially children) dump their negativity upon this undeserving soul to keep the down-trodden trodden-upon.
Thanks, Britain, for making my son talk like Madonna.
My mind was blown at my lack of preparation – no matter how prepared I felt.
Alright, folks. A new feature I’ll call “Coping in Style Cues”…my formula for how I keep my head above water and lessons I hope to instill in my sons. What gives me the right to dole advice? Eh. It’s my blog. For starters: It’s not a “conversation” if you don’t ask about the other person.…
Recently, a friend without kids suggested I should remove my kid’s iPad. I WAS READY TO THROW DOWN. More specifically, he posted a HuffPo article suggesting the prohibition screentime for kids until age 12. Alongside, the friend wrote, “While I’m not a father, it breaks my heart to see children in restaurants staring mindlessly at screens. I…
I’m not talking dogs and cats, I mean the little things living behind glass in their bedrooms.
I’ve had many conversations with women asking, “Your nanny is off, today?” “Is your wife sick, today?” “Are you the nanny?”